Junior girls and senior girls went head to head on Saturday, October 13th during the Homecoming Powderpuff Game.
Clubs, sports, JROTC, and alumni marched around the Atholton area on Saturday, October 13th, in the Homecoming Parade.
On Friday, October 12th, students closed out spirit week by dressing in their class colors and participating in the pep rally.
On Sunday, October 7th, members of each grades’ Student Government Associations came together to decorate hallways for Homecoming.
Maryland is known for many things–from lacrosse to sailing to the quirky flag. But above all else, The Old Line State is known for its crabs and Old Bay. Senior crab feasts have been a long standing tradition in Maryland and this shows no sign of stopping anytime soon.
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On May 1st, the curtains opened to reveal students of the Atholton Drama Department showcasing their writing, directing, and acting skills in four one-act plays.
The King and Queen have been overthrown and a new Homecoming Court is in town. On October 5th, Atholton joined the ranks of trailblazing schools across the country who have switched from a boy-girl Homecoming court to one unbounded by gender restrictions.